(KTVU) Berkeley, Calif. - Here's KTVU crime reporter Henry Lee's Rap Sheet blog for Aug. 10, 2016:
POKEMON GO PLAYERS ROBBED IN BERKELEY: Berkeley police are warning Pokemon Go players to be aware of their surroundings after three people were robbed or targeted as they were distracted by the game.
About 9:15 p.m. on July 12, a woman was heard screaming on the 2300 block of Dana Street just blocks south of the UC Berkeley campus.
Officers found the woman, who reported that she was walking east on Durant Avenue and was just finishing the game when she noticed two people following her. One of them knocked her to the ground and tried to take her cell phone, while the other yanked her purse off her shoulder.
The two then got into a waiting SUV that was last seen heading south on Dana.
At about 2:45 p.m. on July 31, a victim also playing Pokemon Go was accosted by a teenage boy who jumped out of a waiting car near Parker and Warring streets.
The teenager punched the victim and stole his phone from his hand. The robber ran to a waiting car that fled south on Warring. Police stopped the car several miles away and made two arrests.
The third incident happened about 5:30 p.m. Monday at Civic Center Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Way. The male victim was playing the game when a teenage boy tried to grab his phone. The two struggled over the phone before the assailant fled on foot.
MAN CHARGED IN FIERY OAKLAND DOUBLE HOMICIDE: A suspect has been arrested and charged in a double homicide in East Oakland.
Police say 37-year-old Francisco Jesus Hernandez shot into a car near Empire and Gibraltar roads about 1:45 a.m. Monday, killing Juan Ramos and Alfonso Ibanez Jr.
Police say Hernandez then pulled out a third victim, Miguel Cruz and began hitting him. A second, unidentified suspect then shot Cruz before putting him back into the car. The assailants then set the car on fire.
Ramos and Ibanez died on the scene. Cruz is expected to recover.
No motive has been released. Prosecutors have charged Hernandez with two counts of murder and the special circumstances of murder in the course of an arson and multiple murder. He could potentially face life in prison or the death penalty.
Jail records list Hernandez's occupation as a truck loader.
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